Televised Revolution – Episode 233

The unthinkably thinkable is set to take place with Ten launching a connected TV catch-up service. We take a look at what this service will actually offer. Also up for discussion is the iiNet/AFACT ruling issued in the High Court, Nine score a ratings win with The Voice, Apple okay the dodgy TV Premium app, and in further Nine news, the network are allocated a 3D channel for the Olympics.

Also, Dan has a chat with Steele Saunders, a Melbourne-based comedian who produces a great TV culture-related podcast “I Love Green Guide Letters“. We discuss where the idea of the podcast came from and get into the nitty gritty of humorously critiquing letters passionately critiquing television.

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Content Director at Televised Revolution

Dan Barrett is the Content Director of Televised Revolution. His musings on television have been heard across ABC Radio, on websites like The Guardian and Crikey, and drunkenly in pubs across the country. At night he spends too many hours watching repeats of Cheers.

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